TRCN Exam Syllabus for Degree Category (C)

The Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) is responsible for regulating the teaching profession in Nigeria. One of the key requirements for teachers to be registered with the TRCN is to pass the TRCN professional qualifying examination. The exam is designed to test the knowledge, skills, and competencies of teachers in various categories.

In this blog post, we will be discussing the TRCN Exam Syllabus for Degree Category. The TRCN Exam Syllabus for Degree Category (C) covers a wide range of topics that are essential for the professional development of teachers. You may want to see TRCN exam syllabus for NCE.

The syllabus includes foundations of education, the teaching profession, educational management and administration, educational psychology, general studies, teaching practice, special education, guidance and counseling, Nigerian education system, research project, library studies, statistics, ICT in education, curriculum development, and measurement and evaluation.

TRCN Exam Syllabus for Degree

Now let’s list the TRCN exam syllabus for the degree as officially published.

 

History of Education

 

Concept and Rationale of

History of Education;

History of Ancient Greek and Roman Education;

African Traditional Education;

Islamic Education in Nigeria;

Onset of Western Education in Nigeria;

Nigerian Education after Independence in 1960;

Evolution of primary and Junior Secondary Education in Nigeria;

Relating current educational system, polices, challenges and

successes to the history of Western, Traditional and Islamic Education in Nigeria.

 

Overview of the National

Policy on Education – The national philosophy, objectives and directive principles related to education;

the national educational philosophy, goals and values;

types of education and critical issues recognized by the National Policy on Education; etc.

Traditional African Education, its functionality and relationship with modern education.

 

Brief account of the Early Greek and Roman Education in the Western World.

Introduction of Christian Missionary/Western Education to Nigeria:

Covering the pre-colonial through the Independence to the present time.

Origin and development of Islamic Education in Nigeria.

 

Current issues in Nigerian Education:

The 6-3-3-4 system; the prospects and constraints of the PPP – Public Private Partnership – model in the ownership and control of education;

etc.

 

Philosophy of Education

 

Philosophy and education.

Various schools of thought in philosophy and their impact on education.

The philosophical bases for primary, secondary, tertiary and teacher education.

Educational issues and problems as they relate to the philosophy of education in Nigeria.

 

Sociology of Education

 

Sociology and Education;

the school as a social system;

Education, development and social mobility in Nigeria;

Educational problems and efforts to solve them.

 

The role of the teacher.

Structuring of educational programmes.

The concept and scope of Sociology of Education.

The concept, types, process and agents of socialization – the family, peer group, mass media, school, religious organizations, etc.

The concepts of culture and subculture; norms and values; and other important sociological concepts relevant to education;

 

Education as culture.

Social change: Education as agent of social change in Nigeria.

The social learning theories and principles:

The Labeling theories, etc.

The school as a social system;

socialization processes at the school;

social factors that affect adaptation and learning at school.

 

Cases: social problems in the school, their causes, prevention and

management, e.g. cultism and gangsterism; robbery, rape, examination

malpractice, alcoholism, drug abuse; moral decadence, mass academic

failure; etc.

The roles of the teacher in the management of social problems in the school.

Factors that affect the development of Education in a country: sociopolictical,

economic, cultural, etc.

 

Educational Psychology

 

Stages and determinants of human development from

birth to adulthood.

Effects of heredity and environment on the physical, cognitive, social,

moral and emotional development of an individual.

The relation and application of psychological principles to educational practice and performance.

 

Introduction to the field of Educational Psychology.

Role of Psychology in the learning process.

Principles, stages and characteristics of human growth and development;

To include the cognitive/intellectual, moral, psychomotor/skill,

verbal/language, etc

 

Selected theories of personality (Minimum of two theories).

The nature/nurture debate (Heredity and environment).

Psychology and Instruction: Psychological factors that affect learning;

Psychological foundations of intelligence, motivation, etc;

Individual differences and effect on academic performance; etc.

 

Guidance & Counseling

 

The history, development and trends in Guidance and Counselling.

General principles, techniques and essential components of guidance and counselling.

The relevance of guidance and counselling to the National Policy on Education.

 

Multicultural aspects of counselling.

Assessment in Counselling.

Ethical issues and therapeutic processes in relation to unemployment, career choice, abuse, peer influence, sexuality, social relations, drug abuse etc.

The concept, scope and goals of Guidance and Counseling in schools.

 

Theories of Counseling

Guidance and Counseling tests.

Ethics of Guidance and Counseling services in schools.

Cases: Studies of specific learner/learning problems that require good knowledge of psychology, guidance and counseling and applicable strategies; Problemsolving techniques, etc.

 

The Teaching Profession

 

Historical development of teaching as a profession in Nigeria.

Provisions of the TRCN Act 31 of 1993.

Activities, programmes and policies of TRCN especially in the areas of

i. Registration and licensing of teachers

ii. Mandatory continuing professional education.

iii. Induction and internship schemes.

iv. Control of professional misconduct, incompetence and negligence.

v. Accreditation, monitoring and supervision of teacher education

programmes.

Etc.

 

Teacher Education

 

Concepts, aims and objectives of senior secondary school teacher education; Roles of the teacher in the school and as a member of a population group in Nigeria.

Teacher education issues, problems and strategies for improvement.

 

Classroom Management & School Organisation

 

Concept of classroom management and organisation – class organisation, classroom leadership, classroom arrangement, class control, class discipline, etc; concept and essence of school public relations;

Factors influencing school-public relations;

Staff-management relations; student-staff relations; parent-staff relations;

school environment; school programme; school performance; school tone.

 

Information and Communication Technology in Education

 

The concept, scope and role of Educational Technology in the teaching learning process.

Communication theories and models:

i. Types of Communication

ii. Models; Dale, Schramm, SMCR, Early Systems Mass Communication

 

The System Approach of Instructional Technology

i. Definition

ii. Component, goals, conditions, resources, outcomes, etc.

 

The resources of Instruction

i. Human

ii Non-human: print graphics/transparencies, audio, audiovisual realia,

games, simulations, multimedia, etc.

Principles for the Improvisation of teaching aids/media.

The concept, parts and functions of a computer.

The use/appreciation of computer.

Computing/typesetting skills.

 

Application packages:

Microsoft Word; PowerPoint, Excel, etc.

Production of documents using a computer.

Creation and use of emails and internet-based facilities.

 

Internet based research.

Use of the internet – browsing, searching, mailing, social media, etc.

 

Subject Methodology

 

Classes of learning

objectives: Behavioural, instructional, expressive, etc objectives.

Formulation of behavioural objectives.

The concept of general and subject methodology.

Factors that determine methodology.

Overview of general teaching methods and techniques, their relative strengths and weaknesses.

The lesson plan as basic tool; format of a lesson plan.

Three broad groupings in instruction

i. Lecture or large group instruction

ii. Small/medium group interactive instruction

iii. Individual or selfinstruction

 

Issues in delivery of instruction

i. Introduction

ii. Logical progression

iii. Pace and language

iv. Time management

v. Classroom management/discipline

vi. Use of resources; visual aids, chalkboard, etc

vii. Questioning techniques, etc.

 

The concept and benefits of individualized instruction:

Primary focus on individual differences and designs that enable learners to develop at their own pace.

The problems and strategies for the management of large classes.

Subject methods; Theoretical material; steps; content; method; activity, resources. Practical material; skills, explanation, trial, practice.

Theory and Practice of Child-Friendly Schools

Concept, principles and models of CFS – definition of CFS, Key generic principles of CFS based on the Convention on the Rights of the Child, child-centredness democratic participation, inclusiveness;

 

Quality as holistic and multi-dimensional; characteristics of CFS –

Principle 1 (child rights and inclusive education),

Principle 2 (effective teaching and learning environments),

Principle 3 (safe supportive and protective learning environments),

Principle 4 (healthy and health-seeking learning environments),

Principle 5 (gender sensitive learning environments),

Principle 6 (democratic participation and partnership building); Policies in Nigeria that promote CFS; Child friendly school standards and indicators for teacher education; teacher preparation for CFS – child centred interactive methodologies based on constructivist principles and activity based learner centred approach; facilities and resources required for CFS; Assessment of teaching in a CFS; Technology on a CFS learning and teaching; strategies for mainstreaming CFS concepts and principles in Nigeria.

Curriculum Studies

Key concepts of curriculum development to include objectives, contents, learning opportunities and evaluation; Knowledge and skills on curriculum

development;

Relating instruction (lesson objectives, learning experiences, learning

materials, methods and media of instruction, etc.) to curriculum.

Relating curriculum to national goals;

 

Overview of curriculum innovations in Nigeria with respect to specific subject areas.

The concept and scope of Curriculum; Curriculum as a teaching plan.

Curriculum types/design: integrated, core, single subject, etc curriculum typologies/design; formal/official and informal/hidden curriculum, etc; studentcentred and teacher-centred curriculum, etc.

 

Components of Curriculum Implementation

i. Curriculum content

ii. Resources

iii. Methods

Domains of learning and implications for curriculum development:

i. Cognitive

ii. Affective/moral

iii. Psychomotor

Assessment of learning outcomes Indices of curriculum nonimplementation

i. High dropout/ failure rates

ii. Examination malpractice

iii. Cultism and other vices

iv. Poor job performance.

Measurement and Evaluation

The concept and scope of measurement and evaluation.

Uses of tests; classification of tests as teacher-made, standardized, etc;

validation of test instruments; etc.

Types of test items, construction and use

i. Short answer type

ii. Essay type

iii. Unstructured type: observation, project, excursion, etc.

Evaluation standardization strategies; mean, normal curve, standard deviation, table of specification, error modification, standard score and T-score transformation, etc.

 

Continuous assessment:

concept, scope, rules, strengths and weaknesses.

Ethics in Measurement and Evaluation.

Measurement of affective domain: Using self-reports, observation techniques, projective, socio-metric, checklist, strategies, etc.

Computer based testing, online presentation of students results, etc.

Educational Management

Introduction of Educational Management.

The concept, scope and goals of Management.

Factors that contribute to effective Management. Management processes. Planning in the context of education.

Supervision of schools.

Managing the Nigerian Educational system.

The various categories of educational managers and their roles.

The meaning and scope of Educational Management.

Policy and legal issues in the management of Education in Nigeria; the control of education in Nigeria.

Basic principles and functions of Management.

Concept and types of organization/bureaucratic features of organizations.

 

Organizational structure:

Definition, types (classical and modern organization structures/centralized and

decentralized organizations, etc.)

The concepts of power and authority, types of authority.

 

Discipline in schools.

Programme planning/design in schools (co-curricular activities, examinations, etc.)

School supervision/inspection: Definition, goals, types, principles, etc.

Traditional and modern methods of school supervision/evaluation.

Qualities of a good supervisor and evaluator;

Prospects and constraints of quality assurance processes in Nigerian schools.

Ethics in Educational Management.

Special Education

Historical development of Special Education in Nigeria;

National Policy on Education and Special Education; types of exceptionalities; causes, characteristics, identification and intervention strategies and  rocedures; attitudes and beliefs; philosophy of education for exceptional children; general problems associated with each type of exceptionality and symptoms; inclusive education – implementation, interdisciplinary collaboration, creating and managing inclusive classroom, methodology in inclusive education.

Education of Special Target Groups/Adult Education

Rationale, objectives and principles of adults, women, migrants, etc; strategies of non-formal education;

principles and strategies of Distance Education (DE);

Distance Learning System (DLS); Open and Distance Learning (ODL); Issues, problems, strategies and prospects of the education of women, nomads and migrant fishermen, and other sub-groups.

Nature and scope of adult education; problems and prospects of adult education in Nigeria; characteristics of the adult learner; methods and materials for teaching adults learners; adult education and human resources

development in Nigeria; adult education and national development; types of adult education organisations; crosscultural comparison of adult education programmes.

Comparative Education

Factors that influence the character and nature of educational systems of countries. Patterns of educational thought as reflected in some systems. Traditional educational issues and contemporary problems in education affecting technological and other aspects of development.

Analysis of the Structure of education and schooling processes in selected foreign countries, e.g. one country each selected from Africa, Asia, Europe and America.

A comparism of the Nigerian Education system with the selected countries.

Outline of the best practices and strengths of the foreign education systems that Nigeria needs to emulate.

Educational Statistics

Statistics and its functions.

Statistical distributions and their properties.

Measurement levels and applicable statistics.

Organization of data (ordinal, simple, frequency distribution, grouped and

cumulative, etc.).

Graphic representation of data – Pictogram, Pie chart. Bar chart and histogram, Frequency polygon Ogive.

 

Measures of central tendency – Mode, Median, Mean, etc.

Measures of dispersion, Range, Standard deviation, etc.

Decision making; types of errors. Various statistical instruments such as the

Normal Distribution curve, Student‟s t-test, Stanine Scores, t-test, Analysis of

Variance, Coefficient of Correlation, etc.

Educational Research Methods

The concepts and typologies of Educational Research (pure and action/applied;

historical/descriptive/experimental;

quantitative/qualitative/eclectic, etc).

 

Planning the research.

Research topic, statement of problem, objectives, etc. Literature review.

Research design. Research methodology. Data collection techniques. Observation. Selfreports. Experimentation, etc.

Report writing: complete outline of a research report, etc.

Format for a Research Project.

Questionnaires and other instruments for data collection.

Formulation and testing of hypotheses, preparation of research

reports.

English Language & Communication Skills

Nature and Importance of Classroom Communication.

Types of language problems among learners and strategies for improvement.

Grammar: Parts of speech (nouns, pronouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives,

prepositions, etc); verb tenses, agreement/concord, auxiliary/models, questions, statements, commands; phrases, clauses, sentence types and patterns; direct and indirect speech, common errors; etc.

Writing: Punctuation, outlining, logical presentation of ideas;

paragraphing/structure/development, logical sequencing of paragraphs;

compositions – narrative, descriptive, argumentative, explanatory, letter writing formal/informal; report writing, memos, speeches, minutes; writing styles – inductive/deductive, generalizations, etc.

Reading: Reading problems; principles and techniques for effective reading; reading for various purposes (research, inferences, pleasure, scanning for key ideas, etc); creative reading; etc.

Listening: Listening types; listening defects; strategies for effective listening.

Use of the Library

Functions and types of library.

Types of library materials

Organisational structure of the library.

Library classification systems, bibliography, catalogues, etc.

Computerized library operations.

Basic Mathematics

Binary numbers, conversion from base 2 to base 10 and vice versa; sets definition, notation and diagrams; basic operations on factional and whole numbers; Fractions, decimals, and approximations; indices and surds;

graphs; change of subject of formulae.

Expansion and factorization of simple algebraic expressions; simple algebraic equations and methods of solutions; simple word problems; ratios, percentages, simple and compound interests; variations (direct and inverse).

Units of measurement for money, length, mass, weight, area, volumes; calculations of areas and volumes of 2 and 3 dimensional shapes e.g. triangle, square, rectangles, cylinder.

Properties and classification of 2 and 3 dimensional shapes; types of angles, horizontal, vertical, parallel and perpendicular lines; representation of data – pictogram, bar and pie charts. Frequency distribution – histogram and cumulative frequency distribution; mode, median and mean; range, mean deviation, and standard deviation; simple probability and application.

Micro Teaching Theory

Concept and process of micro teaching; relevance of micro teaching to teacher education; Set induction; Stimulus variation; planned repetition; reinforcement; non-verbal communication; questioning; closure; evaluation; merits and demerits of micro teaching.

Wrapping Up

The TRCN Exam Syllabus for Degree Category is a comprehensive guide that helps teachers to adequately prepare for the TRCN professional qualifying examination. It covers a wide range of topics that are essential for the professional development of teachers. The junior secondary school mathematics scheme of work can also be helpful since TRCN exam do include statistics questions.

Teachers who pass the TRCN professional qualifying examination and are registered with the TRCN are recognized as qualified and competent teachers in Nigeria. As such, it is important for teachers to study the TRCN Exam Syllabus for Degree Category comprehensively to adequately prepare for the exam and to enhance their professional development.

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TRCN Exam Syllabus for NCE Category (D)

Education is an essential aspect of our society, and it plays a significant role in shaping the future of our communities. As a result, there is a need to ensure that educators are competent and qualified to impart knowledge to students.

The Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) was established to ensure that only qualified and competent individuals are allowed to practice the teaching profession in Nigeria. The TRCN conducts an examination to evaluate the competence of teachers, and this examination is compulsory for all individuals seeking to practice the teaching profession in Nigeria.

In this blog post, we will discuss the TRCN exam syllabus for NCE Category (D) to guide individuals preparing for the exam. We will provide a detailed breakdown of the topics to be covered in the exam, including the foundational aspects of education, the teaching profession, educational management and administration, educational psychology, general studies, special education, guidance, and counseling, 

The Nigerian education system, research project, library studies, statistics, ICT in education, curriculum development, and measurement and evaluation. You can TRCN past questions and answers here.

TRCN Exam Syllabus for NCE

1. Foundations of Education

  • Historical and philosophical foundations of Education
  • Sociology of education
  • Psychology of education
  • Curriculum development
  • Assessment and measurement in education
  • Educational technology

2. Teaching Profession

  • Professional ethics and code of conduct
  • Teaching methods and strategies
  • Classroom management
  • Instructional materials and resources
  • Lesson planning and preparation
  • Evaluation of teaching and learning

3. Educational Management and Administration

  • Organization and administration of schools
  • School community relations
  • School plant management and maintenance
  • Financial management in schools
  • Educational leadership and supervision
  • Educational research and statistics

4. Educational Psychology

  • Human development and learning
  • Theories of motivation
  • Classroom assessment and evaluation
  • Theories of intelligence
  • Theories of personality
  • Theories of memory and forgetting

5. General Studies

  • Communication skills in English
  • Mathematics
  • Social studies
  • Science and technology
  • Environmental education
  • Health education
  • History of education
  • Philosophy of education

6. Teaching Practice

  • Micro-teaching
  • Lesson planning and delivery
  • Classroom management
  • Use of instructional materials and resources
  • Assessment and evaluation of teaching and learning
  • Reflection and self-evaluation

7. Special Education

  • Understanding exceptional children
  • Assessment and identification of exceptional children
  • Strategies for teaching exceptional children
  • Inclusive education
  • Collaboration with parents, educators and other stakeholders in the education of exceptional children

8. Guidance and Counselling

  • Basic concepts and principles of guidance and counselling
  • Theoretical perspectives in guidance and counselling
  • Techniques of counselling
  • Career guidance and counselling
  • Group guidance and counselling
  • School-based counselling programs

9. Nigerian Education System

  • The Nigerian educational system: structure and organization
  • Educational policies and reforms in Nigeria
  • The role of government in education
  • Funding and management of education in Nigeria
  • Contemporary issues in Nigerian education
  • Comparative education

10. Research Project

  • Introduction to research methods
  • Proposal writing and research design
  • Data collection, analysis and interpretation
  • Report writing and presentation
  • Ethics of research

11. Library Studies

  • Library organization and management
  • Use of library resources
  • Information literacy skills
  • Library and information services in education

12. Statistics

  • Introduction to statistics
  • Descriptive and inferential statistics
  • Measures of central tendency and variability
  • Sampling techniques
  • Hypothesis testing
  • Correlation and regression analysis

13. ICT in Education

  • Introduction to ICT
  • ICT tools for teaching and learning
  • Educational software and hardware
  • Internet and e-learning
  • ICT policies and regulations in education

14. Curriculum Development

  • Curriculum planning and development
  • Curriculum implementation and evaluation
  • Curriculum design models and approaches
  • Curriculum and instruction alignment
  • Curriculum and assessment alignment

15. Measurement and Evaluation

  • Test construction and administration
  • Grading and reporting
  • Educational measurement and evaluation techniques
  • Validity and reliability of assessment tools
  • Analysis and interpretation of test scores

You can aswell checkout TRCN exam syllabus for Degree holders.

Wrapping Up

This syllabus is intended to guide candidates preparing for the TRCN Exam in the NCE Category (D). Candidates are advised to study all the topics comprehensively to adequately prepare for the exam.

Mathematics Lesson Note for JSS3 (1st, 2nd & 3rd terms)

  

Mathematics Lesson Note for JSS3


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Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS3 First Term

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

 

1

BINARY NUMBERS

i.  Addition and subtraction of binary numbers

ii. Multiplication and division of binary numbers

iii. Solving Quantitative Reasoning problems on binary numbers.

2

BINARY NUMBERS CONT.

i. Conversion from base ten to binary

ii. Conversion from binary to other bases.

iii. Applying binary numbers as two way classification system using punch card.

iv. Using computer to do simple mathematical calculations.

 

3

DIRECT AND INVERSE PROPORTION

i.  Direct proportion

ii. Indirect proportion

iii. Apply direct and inverse proportions to practical problems.

4

RATIONAL AND NON-RATIONAL NUMBERS

i. Identifying rational and non-rational numbers.

ii. Determining the approximate value of some non-rational numbers.

iii. Determining the approximate value of pi.

iv. Finding reciprocals.

 

 

5

PLANE FIGURES

Problems in measuration involving:

i.  Area of triangles

ii. Area of parallelograms

iii.  Area of trapezium

iv.  Area of circles and sectors

v. Word problems involving area.

 

6

FACTORIZATION OR ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION

Factorization of expressions of the form:

i.  ax+ay

ii. 3m+pq+3p+mq

iii. a2 – b2

iv.  a2 – 2ab + b2

v. Word problems involving factorization.

 

7

EQUATIONS INVOLVING FRACTIONS

i. Solving simple equations involving fractions.

ii. Word problems leading to simple equation involving fractions

iii. Simplifying expressions involving brackets.

8

SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS

i.  Solution of simultaneous equations by substitution method

ii. Solution by elimination method

iii. Applying substitution and elimination method of solving simultaneous equations to real life activities.

 

9

GRAPHICAL SOLUTION OF SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS

i.  Compiling table of values for simultaneous linear equations.

ii. Solving problems involving simultaneous linear equations in 2 variables graphically.

10

VARIATION

i.  Definition of variation

ii. Direct variation y=kx

iii.  Inverse variation y= k/x

11

VARIATION

i.  Partial variation y=kx+c

ii. Joint variation y = kpq, where k is a constant.

 

12

WORD PROBLEMS

i. Translate word problems into numerical expression

ii. Interpreting and solving given word problems.

13

Revision

14

Examinations

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Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS3 Second Term

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

1

CHANGE OF SUBJECT OF FORMULA

i. Changing subject in a formula

ii. Simplifying expression by substituting in formula.

2

COMPOUND INTEREST

i.  Revision of simple interest

ii. Solving problems on compound interest

iii.  Applying the use of compound interest in daily life activities.

 

3

VIEWS, PLANS AND SKETCHES

Drawing views and plans of common solids

i.  cube and cuboids

ii. cone

iii.  cylinder

iv.  sphere

v.  prism

 

4

PROBABILITY

i.  Define probability

ii. Use probability to estimate the outcomes of real-life problems involving chance.

iii.  Express probability as a fraction

iv. Determine the probability of events such as throwing a die, picking a ball from a bag etc.

 

5

SIMILAR SHAPES

a.  Identify similar figures :

i. Triangles (ii) Rectangles

iii. Squares, (iv) Cubes

v. Cuboids.

b. Identify the presence of similar shapes in the environment.

 

6

ENLARGEMENT AND SCALE FACTOR

i.  Meaning of enlargement and scale factor

ii. enlargement shapes using scale factor

iii. Calculating and comparing lengths areas and volumes of similar figures

iv.  Quantitative Reasoning involving similar shapes.

 

7

TRIGONOMETRY

i.  Identify sine, cosine and tangent of an acute angle as ratios of sides of a right-angled triangle.

ii. using trigonometric ratio to solve practical problems

iii.  applying trigonometric ratios to solve word problems.

 

8

SOLID SHAPES

 Problems in measuration involving:

i. volume of cylinders, cones

ii. surface areas of cylinder  and cones.

9

CONSTRUCTION

i.  Bisecting of line segments

ii. Bisecting of angles

iii.  Constructing simple shapes

10

CONSTRUCTION

i.  construction of angles of various sizes 90o, 60o, 45o, 30o

ii. copying a given angle

iii. Constructing simple shapes.

11

Revision

12

Examinations

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Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS3 Third Term

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

1

STATISTICS

i.  Calculating mean of a given data from raw scores

ii. Obtaining median

iii. finding mode

iv. Finding the range of any given date

v. Calculating mean and median from frequency table.

 

2

STATISTICS (DATA PRESENTATION)

i.  Frequency table

ii. Pictograms

iii.  Ordering or ranking data

iv.  Representing and interpreting data on a bar chart

v. Representing and interpreting data on a pie chart.

 

3

VARIATION

Revision of problem solving involving:

i.  direct (ii) inverse (iii) joint

iv. partial variation.

4

APPROXIMATION

Revision of approximation of numbers to:

i.  decimal place

ii. significant figures

iii. required degree of accuracy

 

5

FRACTIONS (Revision)

i.  Addition and subtraction of fractions

ii. Multiplication and division of fractions.

iii. use of order of operations in simplifying expressions with fractions.

iv.  Simplifying algebraic fractions with monomial denominators.

 

6

RIGHT-ANGLED TRIANGLES

i.  Use of Pythagoras rule in finding missing sides of triangles.

ii. Pythagoras triples

iii. Finding trigonometric ratios of sine, cosine, and tangent using sides of right angled triangles.

 

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Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS2 First Term

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

1

LARGE AND SMALL NUMBERS

i.  Practical representation of numbers using

a. words only

b. digits only

c. mixture of digits and words

ii. Identification of small numbers/fractions

iii.  Place value of digits.

2

STANDARD FORM OF NUMBERS

i.  Expressing whole numbers in standard form

ii. Expressing decimal numbers in standard form.

iii. Quantitative reasoning (QR) involving standard form

3

APPROXIMATION

i.  Approximation to a required degree of accuracy: tens, hundred, tenth etc.

ii. Approximation to decimal places

iii.  Approximation to significant figures.

iv.  Quantitative Reasoning involving approximation

4

FACTORS AND MULTIPLES

i.  Factors of numbers

ii. Prime factors of numbers not greater than 200

iii.  Expressing numbers as product of its prime factors

iv. Rules of divisibility

v.  H.C.F of numbers.

5

FACTORS AND MULTIPLES

i.  Multiples of numbers

ii. Common multiples and LCM

iii.  Squares and square roots

iv.  finding square roots of numbers by factors.

6

DIRECTED NUMBERS

i.  Addition and subtraction of directed numbers.

ii. Multiplication and division of directed numbers

iii. Simplifying expression with directed numbers.

7

INVERSE IDENTITY

i.  Additive inverse

ii. Multiplicative inverse

iii.  Use of inverse operation solving simple equations.

8

SIMPLE EQUATIONS IN ONE VARIABLE

 Solving equations of the form

i.  2x = 8 (ii) 3n-4 = 5

iii. 3x-4 = 2x+1 (iv) 2y+4

                                 7    = 2

9

GRAPHS

i.  Introduction to the Cartesian plane

ii. Identifying the X and Y axis

iii.  Plotting points on the Cartesian plane (coordinates)

iv.  Construct shapes from given coordinates.

10

LINEAR INEQUALITIES

i.  Identifying linear inequality in one variable

ii. Solving linear inequalities

iii. Graphical representation of solution of linear inequalities

iv. Word problems involving linear inequalities.

11

EVERYDAY ARITHMETIC

i.  Percentage and ratio

ii. Conversion of fractions to ratio, decimals, percentages.

iii.  Quantitative Reasoning on fractions, ratios and percentages.

12

EVERYDAY ARITHMETIC (TRANSACTION IN HOMES AND OFFICES)

i.  Profit  and loss

ii. Simple interest

iii.  Discount

iv.  Commission

13

Revision

14

Examinations

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Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS2 Second Term

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

1

EXPANSION OF ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION

i. Expansion of the form a(b+c) = ab + ac.

ii. Expansion of the form (a+b)(c+d)=ac+ad+bc+bd

iii. Quantitative Reasoning involving expansion.

2

FACTORIZATION OF ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION

i. Factorization of the form ax+ay = a(x+y)

ii. Factorisation of the form abc+abd = ab(c+d).

3

ALGEBRAIC FRACTION

i. Algebraic fractions with monomial denominators (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)

ii. word problems leading to simple algebraic fractions.

4

SIMPLE EQUATIONS

i. Solving simple equations

ii. Word problems on simple equations.

5

LINEAR INEQUALITIES IN ONE VARIABLE

i.  Solution of linear inequalities

ii. Graphical representation of linear inequalities.

iii.  Word problems involving linear inequalities in one variable.

 

6

PLANE SHAPES AND FIGURES

Properties of:

i.  Parallelogram

ii. Rhombus

iii.  Kite

7

ANGLES IN A POLYGON

i. Revision of angles in a triangle

ii. Identification and naming of polygons (up to 10 sides)

iii.  sum of angles in a quadrilateral

iv.  The sum of interior angles in a polygon using (n-20 180o or (2n-4)90o.

 

8

SCALE DRAWING

i. Drawing plane objects to scale

ii. Converting actual lengths to scale.

iii. Calculation from scale drawing

iv. Combination of plane shapes to produce design.

 

9

GRAPHS

i. Revision of plotting of points on the Cartesian plane.

ii. solutions of linear equations in two variables using graphs

iii. Linear graphs from real life situations.

 

10

ANGLES OF ELEVATION AND DEPRESSION

i.  Identifying angles of elevation and depression.

ii. Distinguishing between angles of elevation and depression

iii.  Measuring angles of elevation and depression.

iv. Using angles of elevation and depression in calculating distances and heights.

 

11

Revision

13

Examinations

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Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS2 Third Term

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

1

BEARING

i. Identifying the cardinal points.

ii. Compass/acute and 3-digit bearing

iii.  Locating the position of objects

iv.  Finding the distance between objects using scale drawing.

2

THE PYTHAGORAS RULE

i.  The right-angled triangle

ii. Using Pythagoras rule to solve right-angled triangles.

iii. Pythagoras triples.

3

CYLINDERS AND CONES

i.  Curved surface area of cylinders

ii. Curved surface area of cones

iii.  Total surface area of cylinders

iv.  Total surface area of cones.

4

VOLUME OF CYLINDERS AND CONES

Deriving formulae for

i.  volume of cylinders

ii. volume of cones

iii. compound shapes i.e. a cone mounted on a cylinder.

5

APPROXIMATION II

Problems using the basic arithmetic operations involving

i.  Money (ii) population

iii. Exports (iv) Imports

v.  Quantitative Reasoning involving the above.

 

6

READY RECKONERS

i. Obtaining squares and square root of given numbers from tables.

ii. Interpreting and using tables and schedules

iii. Multiplying and dividing directed numbers.

 

7

STATISTICS

i.  Data presentation in ordered form

ii. Frequency tables

iii.  Pie chart

8

PROBABILITY

i. Examples which illustrate the occurrence of chance events in everyday life.

ii. Determining the probability of certain events.

iii. Application of probability in everyday life.

 

9

SIMPLE PROPORTION

i.  Director proportion

ii. Inverse proportion

10

CONSTRUCTION

i. Construction of angles 90o and 45o etc.

ii. Bisection of given angles.

11

CONSTRUCTION

Construction of triangles given

i.  2 sides and an included angle

ii. 2 angles and a side between them

iii. All the 3 sides.

12

Revision

13

Examinations

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Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS 1 First Term

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

 

1

WHOLE NUMBER

i.  Count and write in million, billions and trillions

ii. Apply the counting, writing and reading of large numbers in everyday life.

iii. Roman system of counting.

2

EXERCISE IN FOUR BASIC OPERATIONS

i.  Addition

ii. Subtraction

iii.Multiplication

iv. Division with the use of place value.

 

3

FRACTIONS

i.  Meaning and identification of fractions

ii. Reduction of fractions to lowest term.

iii.  Equivalent fractions, meaning and production

iv. Arrange given fraction either in ascending or descending order.

4

FRACTIONI CONTINUES

i.  Convert fractions to decimal, decimals to fractions

ii. Convert fractions to percentages, percentages to fractions.

5

DECIMAL FRACTIONS

i. Meaning of decimal fractions

ii. Relationship between fractions and decimals.

6

FACTORS AND MULTIPLES

i.  Prime numbers and prime factors

ii. Index forms and common factors

iii.  HCF

iv.  LCM

7

ESTIMATION

i. Estimate the dimensions and distance within the school.

ii. Estimate the objects

iii. Statistics of people e.g. height

iv. Solve problems on quantitative reasoning in estimation.

 

8

RANGE OF COST OF VARIOUS ARTICLES

i.  Estimation of prices of every day articles

ii. Relationship of estimated prices to real prices of the articles.

 

9

NUMBER BASE 2

i.  Counting in base 2

ii. Addition and subtraction of numbers I base 2 numbers.

iii. Subtraction of numbers in base 2 numbers.

10

NUMBER BASE CONTINUES

i.  Multiplication of numbers in base 2 numerals

ii. Quantitative reasoning involving problems related to conversion and applications of numbers in base 2 numbers.

iii. Convert base 10 numerals to binary numbers.

 

11

PERCENTAGES

i.  Changing percentages to decimals

ii. Relationship of estimated prices to real prices of the articles.

 

12

PERCENTAGE CONTINUES

i. Changing percentages to decimals

ii. Changing decimals to percentages.

 

13

Revision

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Examinations

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Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS 1 Second Term

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

 

1

APPROXIMATION

i.  Obtaining approximate values for calculation involving four basic arithmetic processes (operations)

ii. Rounding off of numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000.

iii. Quantitative reasoning involving approximation.

 

2

OPEN SENTENCES

i.  Use of letters to represent numbers

ii. Distinguishing between open and closed sentences

iii.  Supplying the missing numbers in open sentences from a set of given permissible substitutes.

 

3

SIMPLIFYING   ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION

i.  Identifying the coefficient of symbols or letters

ii. Distinguishing algebraic expression from  non-algebraic expression.

4

SIMPLIFYING ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION CONTINUES

i.  Basic operation of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of algebraic symbols and terms

ii. Collection of like terms.

 

5

WORD PROBLEMS

i. Formation of word problems (simple cases)

ii. word problems involving use of symbols

iii. Quantitative reasoning involving algebraic expressions.

6

SIMPLE EQUATION IN ONE VARIABLE

i.  Identifying simple equation in one variable

ii. Examples of three types of equality i.e. Absolute, Referential and Conditional equality.

 

7

DIRECTED NUMBERS

i.  Addition and subtraction of numbers using number line

ii. Use of number line.

8

BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME COMMON THREE DIMENSIONAL FIGURES

Basic properties of cubes, cuboids, pyramids, cylinders, e.g. faces, vertices and edges.

 

9

BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME THREE DIMENSIONAL CONTINUES

i.  Sphere

ii. Cone

iii. Triangular prism e.g. faces, vertices and edges.

 

10

PROPERTIES OF FIGURES

i.  Rectangles

ii. Square

iii.  Isosceles triangles

iv.  Equilateral triangles

v.  Circles

 

11

Revision

12

Examinations

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Mathematics Scheme of Work for JSS 1 Third Term

WEEK

TOPIC / CONTENT

 

1

APPROXIMATION

i.  Obtaining approximate values for calculation involving four basic arithmetic processes (operations)

ii. Rounding off of numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000.

iii. Quantitative reasoning involving approximation.

 

2

OPEN SENTENCES

i.  Use of letters to represent numbers

ii. Distinguishing between open and closed sentences

iii.  Supplying the missing numbers in open sentences from a set of given permissible substitutes.

 

3

SIMPLIFYING   ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION

i.  Identifying the coefficient of symbols or letters

ii. Distinguishing algebraic expression from  non-algebraic expression.

4

SIMPLIFYING ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION CONTINUES

i.  Basic operation of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of algebraic symbols and terms

ii. Collection of like terms.

 

5

WORD PROBLEMS

i. Formation of word problems (simple cases)

ii. word problems involving use of symbols

iii. Quantitative reasoning involving algebraic expressions.

6

SIMPLE EQUATION IN ONE VARIABLE

i.  Identifying simple equation in one variable

ii. Examples of three types of equality i.e. Absolute, Referential and Conditional equality.

 

7

DIRECTED NUMBERS

i.  Addition and subtraction of numbers using number line

ii. Use of number line.

8

BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME COMMON THREE DIMENSIONAL FIGURES

Basic properties of cubes, cuboids, pyramids, cylinders, e.g. faces, vertices and edges.

 

9

BASIC PROPERTIES OF SOME THREE DIMENSIONAL CONTINUES

i.  Sphere

ii. Cone

iii. Triangular prism e.g. faces, vertices and edges.

 

10

PROPERTIES OF FIGURES

i.  Rectangles

ii. Square

iii.  Isosceles triangles

iv.  Equilateral triangles

v.  Circles

 

11

Revision

12

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English Language Scheme of Work for JSS3 First Term

WEEK

THEME

CONTENT

 

1.

Resumption Test

Resumption Test

 

2

Reading

Reading for critical evaluation

Reading for critical evaluation

Meaning of critical reading and aspect of critical reading

 

Writing

Revision on composition writing

Types of composition

Narrative

Descriptive

Argumentative

Expository

 

 

Listening and speaking

Speeches (phonemes)

Long and short  vowels e.g, /i/ and /i/ bee/be, head/hid, heat/hit, beat/bit

 

Grammatical accuracy

Adverbials and tenses

Identification and use of adverbials such as frequency

 

Literature

Non-African folktales

Features of non-African folktales: didactic, entertaining and archaic.

 

3.

Reading

Reading for critical evaluation

Essence of critical reading and selected passages on critical reading highlighting:

          Facts

          Opinions

          Deductions

 

 

Writing

Composition writing

Types of composition

Narrative, descriptive, argumentative and expository

 

Listening and speaking

Speeches (Phonemes)

Consonants e.g. fall/vim, fish/van; four/love, Mathematics and Machine.

 

Grammatical accuracy

Adverbials and tenses

(a)  Course or reason e.g. so that, in order, so as,

(b)  Purpose e.g. because, for

(c)  Condition e.g. unless, if, until, provided

(d)  Contrast e.g. yet, though, although

 

Literature

Non-African folktales

Features of non-African folktales:

          Didactic

          Entertaining

          Archaic

4.

Reading

Reading for critical evaluation

Explanation on the meaning of

          Danger signs on our roads,

          Types of danger,

          Signs on the roads

           

 

Writing

Composition writing

Arrangement of ideas in logical sequence

WEEK

Listening and speaking

Speeches (Phonemes)

Consonant clusters: e.g. respect, principle, tactile, struggle.

 

Grammatical accuracy

Adverbials and tenses

Identification and use of tenses e.g. present, past and future using such topics as:

(a)  Importance of peace education

(b)  Need for computer literacy

(c)  Indiscipline among youths

 

 

Literature

Non-African folktales

Features of Non-African folktales:

(a)  Didactic

(b)  Entertainment

(c)  Archaic

5.

Reading

Reading for critical evaluation

Reading for speed techniques

          Surveying/scanning for main to read a lot of materials, read non-text materials quickly and to cultivate the skill of referencing.

 

 

Writing

Composition writing

Composition on motor vehicle parts that need regular care e.g. radiator, brake, fluid, engine.

 

Listening and speaking

Speeches (Phonemes)

Intonation, stress and rhythm

Listening to speeches on the following:

(a)  Human rights

(b)  Gender issues

(c)  Value re-orientation (honest, respect for elders, punctuality)

 

Grammatical accuracy

Adverbials and tenses

Adverbs, conjunctions and prepositions

Examples of adverbs, conjunctions and prepositions in a given passage e.g.

(a)  The ideal family size

(b)  Effects of adulterated drugs

(c)  The dangers of examination mal-practice

(d)  Effects of corruption in a society.

 

Literature

Lesson from myths/legends

African and non-African tales comprising of myths and legends

6.

Reading

Reading for Summary

Importance of reading for speed:

          The link between reading for speed and comprehension

          Scanning, skimming and normal rate reading.

 

Writing

Letter writing

Types of letter writing (informal and formal)

 

Listening and speaking

Speeches (Phonemes)

Listening to speeches on the following:

(a)  Peace education

(b)  Conflict resolution

(c)  Drug abuse

(d)  Road safety

 

Grammatical accuracy

Adverbial, conjunctions and prepositions

Functions of adverbs, conjunctions and prepositions.

 

 

Literature

Lesson from myths/legends

Moral lessons from given myths/legends

Myths-Story about ancient gods and heroes and monsters.

Legends-An old traditional story that is usually not true.

 

7.

Reading

Reading for critical evaluation

Suitable passages/stories that illustrate topic sentences, key ideas and expressions that redirect attention to main points on:

(a)  Road traffic management

(b)  Reading food labels with understanding

(c)  Safe storage of food

 

Listening/speaking

Speeches (phonemes)

Diphthongs e.g. /ei/ rail, sail, date, late.

/ou/ load, road, coat, boat

/i/ fierce, theatre, hero, serious

/ai/ child, wild, mild, might

/au/ stout, rout, drought, bout

 

Writing

Formal letter

(a)  Opening

(b)  Salutation

(c)  Correct heading

(d)  Body of the letter

(e)  Closing

(f)   Signature

 

Grammatical accuracy

Adverbial and tenses

Identification and use of tenses e.g. present, past and future using such topics as:

(a)  Inter-ethnic marriages

(b)  Global warming

(c)  Drug abuse

 

Literature

Prose

Types of prose:

(a)  Narrative

(b)  Descriptive

8.

Reading

Reading for summary

Suitable passages/stories that illustrate topic sentences, key ideas and expressions that redirect attention to main points on:

(a)  Road traffic management

(b)  Reading food labels with understanding

(c)  Safe storage of food

 

 

Writing

Letter writing: formal

Letter writing formal conventional form of two addresses:

(a)  Opening

(b)  Salutation

(c)  Correct heading

(d)  Body of the letter

(e)  Closing

(f)   Signature

 

Listening/speaking

Speeches: intonation, stress and rhythm

Listening to speeches on the following: Inter-ethnic

Marriages, highlighting. Correct intonation, stress and rhythm

 

Grammatical accuracy

Adverbial, conjunction and preposition

Functions of adverbs conjunctions and prepositions.

 

Literature

Prose

Features of prose e.g.

(a)  Plot

(b)  Character

(c)  Style

(d)  Setting theme

9.

Reading

Reading for summary

Suitable passages/stories that illustrate topic sentences, key ideas and expressions that redirect attention to the main points on:

(a)  Road traffic management

(b)  Reading food labels with understanding

(c)  Safe storage of food

 

Writing

Letter writing: (informal)

Informal letter-one address:

(a)  Opening

(b)  Salutation

(c)  Body of the letter

(d)  Closing

 

Listening/speaking

Speeches: intonation, stress and rhythm

Passages and poems, highlighting correct intonation, stress and rhythms.

 

Grammatical accuracy

Active and passive verbs

Identification of active and passive verbs e.g. active verb: “The cat chased the mouse”

Passive verb: “The leaves are being eaten by caterpillars”.

 

 

Literature

Prose

Types of prose

(a)  Narrative prose a story or a description of event

(b)  Descriptive prose

10.

Reading

Reading for summary

Selected passages on critical reading highlighting:

(a)  Facts

(b)  Opinions

 

Writing

Composition, writing, exposition

Elements of composition:

(a)  Introduction

(b)  Body

(c)  Conclusion

Arrangement of ideas in logical sequence

 

Listening/speaking

Speeches: (Phonemes)

Consonant cluster e.g. respect, principle, tactile, struggle.

 

Grammatical accuracy

Active and passive verbs

Passive verbs

Identification of active and passive verbs in given passages on:

(a)  Dangers of pre-marital sex

(b)  Consequences of negative peer pressure.

 

Literature

Prose

Features of prose:

(a)  Plot-the story of a book

(b)  Character-a person in a story “Harry is a character in the book”.

(c)  Style: a particular way a book is written “she has a wonderful style of writing”.

(d)  Setting: the place or period of time the book is written “she chose Abuja as the setting for her novel”.

(e)  Theme “The main idea or subject in a book”.

 

11.

Reading

Reading for summary

Empowers us to read a lot of materials such as:

(a)  Newspaper

(b)  Magazines

(c)  Cuttings

Help us to cultivate the skill of referencing

 

Writing

Various types of composition writing:

Narrative

Descriptive

Expository

Argumentative

Composition on: motor  vehicle parts that need regular care e.g. ‘radiator’, ‘engine’, ‘brake’, ‘fluid’ etc

 

 

Listening/speaking

Speeches: intonation, stress and rhythm

Making statements, commands and questions using the correct stress, intonation and rhythm.

 

Grammatical accuracy

Modal forms

Identification of modals from selected passages based on the following:

(a)  Patriotism

(b)  Discipline

(c)  Benefits of reading newspapers etc

 

Literature

Poetry

Poetry types e.g. (a) dirge, epic, lyric, dramatic etc

12

Reading

Reading for speed

Surveying/scanning for main points

 

Writing

Summary Writing

Identification of topic sentences from given paragraphs/passages

 

Listening/speaking

Speeches: Intonation, stress and rhythm

Making statements, commands and questions and questions using the correct stress, intonation and rhythm

 

 

Grammatical accuracy

Active and passive verbs

Making sentences with active and passive verbs e.g. ‘The cat chased the mouse’ (active verb)

“The leaves are being eaten by caterpillars”

(passive verb)

 

 

Literature

Poetry

Poetry language

(a)  Concise

(b)  Unique

(c)  High

13.

Revision

Revision

14.

Examination

Examination

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English Language Scheme of Work for JSS3 Second Term

WEEK

THEME

CONTENT

1

Resumption test

Resumption test

2

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Intonation, stress and rhythm

1. Listening to speeches on the following:

– Human right

– Gender issues

– Value orientation (e.g. honesty, punctuality etc.)

– Peace Education

– Drug Abuse

– Global warming etc, high light correct intonation, stress

2. Making statements, commands and questions using correct stress, intonation and rhythm.

 

 

WRITING

Composition

Types of composition: narrative, descriptive, argumentative, expository etc.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Speech adverbial

Adverbial and tenses, adverbial of: manners, purpose, frequency, reason etc.

 

READING

Reading for speech and accuracy

Reading techniques such as surveying, scansion and skimming.

 

LITERATURE

Prose

Types of prose (fiction/non fiction): narrative and descriptive

3

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Phonemes

1. Long and short vowels

/i/ Bee         /i/ be

    Heed        hi

    Heat         hit

2.  consonants and clusters e.g. four/vim, fish/van

Clusters= respect, principle, struggle, etc.

3. diphthongs e.g.

/ei/ = rail, sail, date, late, etc.

/ou/ = coat, boat, road, ……

/ai/ = child, wild, might, mild, ……

 

WRITING

Summary writing

Essentials in summary writing

– identification of topic sentences

– identification of key ideas from different passages

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

 

Identification of weak forms, word boundaries e.g. above, alone abound

 

READING

Reading critical evaluation

1. Meaning of critical reading.

– Aspects of critical and its essence

– select passage in critical work.

 

LITERATURE

Prose

Reading of the recommended text (Prose)

4

LISTENING/SPEAKING

i. Phrases and question tags

ii. Phrases =e.g. a crop of ideas, a queue of traffic etc.

iii. Question tags e.g.

– Dapo is a naughty girl, isn’t she? (No, she isn’t)

 

WRITING

Writing skills

1. Summary writing

2. Essentials of summary

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Modifiers (Adjectives & adverbs)

Use of words that modify (adjective & adverbs) “smell, colour” etc.

 

READING

Reading to grasp meaning

Reading composition passages from selected text

 

LITERATURE

Prose

Reading recommended prose text

5

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Composition passage

Reading a descriptive composition aspects of descriptive

 

WRITING

Writing skills

Narrative composition

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Grammatical structure and usage

Introduction to synonyms. Words that mean nearly the same or exactly the same.

 

READING

Chanting a poem

Chanting a poem: observing the metric pattern, rhyme and other sound effects

 

LITERATURE

Reading Prose

Reading the recommended prose text.

6

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Speaking skills (conversation among students)

 

WRITING

Writing skills

Summary writing

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Model verbs and adverbials.

Using modal verbs and adverbials to express willingness and unwillingness.

 

READING

Reading for points

Reading selected passages for main points

 

LITERATURE

Prose

Reading recommended prose text

7

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Asking and answering questions

 

WRITING

Letter writing

Informal letters:

– Letter to parents

– Letter to friends

– Close relations etc.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Word building

Using suffixes to form new words from root words

 

READING

Critical evaluation

Reading to analyze, judge and give opinion.

 

LITERATURE

Prose reading

Reading the recommended text (prose)

8

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Consonant sounds /h/ in h- occurring and non – occurring words.

 

WRITING

Letter writing

Informal letter its (futures)

Address, date, salutation, body, complementary, close, first name of the writer only.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Conjunctions

The use of conjunctions, prepositions and interjections.

 

READING

Summary

Summarizing in a number of sentences.

 

LITERATURE

Prose reading

Reading the prose text for themes, characters and plot structure.

9

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Intonation pattern

Intonation stress pattern on speeches involving conflict resolution, gender issues, giving instructions.

 

WRITING

Letter writing

Writing informal letters, letters of appreciation, letter of complaint

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Use of parts of speech

The use of conjunctions, prepositions and interjections

 

READING

Comprehension

Listening to comprehension passage taken from students’ prescribed text.

 

LITERATURE

Prose

Reading the text for mood, tone, symbolism and imagery.

10

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Consonant sounds

Contrasting the voiceless /ɵ/ and the voice /ə/.

 

WRITING

Writing skills in letter writing

Revising formal letter

Types: = letter to business organization,

= letters of application for employment

= letter of query etc.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Verbs

Modal verbs and other forms of expressing a wish

 

READING

Reading for points

Reading for major and minor points. Selected passage from the students’ prescribed text.

 

LITERATURE

Poetry study

Reading the recommended poem for theme, structure and symbolism.

11

Revision

Revision

12

Examination

Examination

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English Language Scheme of Work for JSS3 Third Term

WEEK

THEME/SKILL

TOPIC

CONTENT

1

Resumption test

Resumption test

Resumption test

2

Listening and speaking

Consonant sounds

Consonant /Ѳ/ and /ā/ contrasted in words and sentence contexts. E.g. cloth/clothe, breath/breathe, thanks/then

 

Grammatical accuracy

Verbs

Using model verbs and other forms to express permission.

 

Reading

Identifying active and passive verbs

Reading passages on (a) Dangers of premarital sex (b) the right to education (c) consequences of negative peer pressure.

 

Writing

Skills in writing a poem.

Composing a simple poem in a concise, unique but high language.

 

Literature

Drama

Introduction to the prescribed dramatic text e.g. ‘trafficked victims’, dinner for promotion.

3

Speech (listening and speaking) 

Consonant sounds usage.

Consonants/s/ and/S/ contrasted in word and sentence contexts. Eg. Save /shave, suit/shoot, sleep/ship etc.

 

Reading

Reading to grasp meaning

Reading passages to grasp meaning in various context.

 

Grammatical accuracy.

Correct use of verbs.

Using modal verbs to express obligation and necessity. Eg ought’, might.

 

Writing

Writing skills

Descriptive composition  ways to describe accurately

 

Literature

Biography

Biography of the playwright (the prescribed drama text)

4

Speaking and listening (speech work)

Consonant sounds

Consonant sounds /p/ and /b/ contrasted in word and sentence usage. Eg. Peace/beat, purse/bus, parch/batch etc.

 

Grammatical accuracy

Verbs

Modal verbs for expressing possibility.

 

Reading

Reading for evaluation

Reading form student text for evaluation.

 

Writing

Writing Skills

Expository composition: Techniques of writing exposition.

 

Literature

Drama

Introduction to the theme, setting and plot of the prescribed drama txet.

5

Speech

Speaking & listening

Speaking skills: conversation among students.

Conversation between senior and senior etc.

 

Grammatical accuracy

Ability

Modal for expressing ability.

 

Writing

Writing skills

Writing a fare well speech

 

Reading

Reading for comprehension

Listening/Reading to comprehend.

Selected passage form student text.

 

Literature

Review

Discussion of the text and summary of it.

6

Speech

Listening and speaking

Asking and answering questions

 

Reading

Comprehension

Reading selected passage form student text for comprehension.

 

Writing

Writing skills

Summary writing: summarizing points.

 

Grammatical accuracy

Ability

Modals for expressing ability

 

Literature

Reading

Highlight of the main characters and events in the text.

7

Speech (listening/speaking)

Intonation

Rising and falling tone. Speaking in high temper and low temper.

 

Writing

Writing skills

Diary and record keeping

 

Reading

Reading skills

Reading for maximum retention and recall (form students text).

 

Grammatical accuracy

Adverbials

modes of expressing restriction using adverbials.

 

Literature

Reading 

Revision of treated literature texts.

8

Revision

Revision

Revision work

9 – 12

Examination

Examination

Examination

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English Language Lesson Note for JSS2


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English Language Scheme of Work for JSS2 First Term

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

1

RESUMPTION TEST

RESUMPTION TEST

2

Reading

Understanding the writer’s purpose to persuade, inform, convince.

 

Writing (an

outline)

Story or passage on adverse effects of some chemicals used in cosmetics or any relevant story or passage

Highlight main and supporting ideas.

 

Listening and

Speaking.

Revision of sounds:-

Vowels:- a, e, I, o, u

Give phonetic symbols and words.

 containing the sounds e.g.-/i/ sit sip giggle

 

Grammatical Accuracy

Parts of speech:- nouns and pronouns.

Identification of nouns and pronouns in given passage on environment

Identify features of nouns and pronouns

Identify functions of nouns and pronouns.

 

Literature:

short stories

And novel lets.

Short stories/ novelettes based on effects of climate e.g. floods, depletion of the ozone layer, environmental population etc.

3

Reading

Understanding the writer’s purpose in a passage e.g. to irritate, annoy, please and entertain.

 

Writing (an

outline)

Arrangement of ideas in logical sequence, write appropriate introduction and effective conclusion.

 

Listening and

speaking.

Revision of sounds:-

Consonants:-t, g, k

Give phonetic symbols and word containing same symbols.

/t/:- telephone, seat, settle.

 

Grammatical Accuracy

(VERBS)

Identification of verbs in given passages (from the text or story) as value orientation or any relevant passage.

i). identify features of verbs

ii). Identify functions of verbs e.g. express action.

 

Literature

Short stories/ novelettes based on road crashed or any relevant story/ passage.

4

Reading

Reading for meanings of words in various context through

Clues provided by surrounding words.

 

Writing

(composition)

Types of composition

– Narrative

– Identify a narrative composition

– Steps in composition writing

1. Introduction

2. Body

3. Conclusion

 

Listening and

Speaking.

Vowel sounds: – /i/ and /i:/

identify contrast in sounds

identify words containing sounds in the beginning, middle and end of  word e.g.

/i/:- sit, sip giggle.

 

Grammatical accuracy

Adjectives

Identification of adjectives from given passage – gender issues

Identify features of adjectives

Identify functions of adjective eg quality noun/ pronoun

Make sentences with adjectives.

 

 

literature

Folktale:- Nigerian and African folktales.

Identify features:- didactic, entertaining, magical, riddles etc

5

Reading

To identify the meaning of words in various contexts through use of alternative words that can fit into the context.

 

writing

Composition.

 Type of composition

Descriptive

Identify description composition

Steps in composition writing:- introduction, body and conclusion.

 

 

Listening and

speaking

Vowel sounds:-/›/ /›:/

Identify contract in vowel sounds

Identify words containing sounds in different positions:- beginning, middle and end of a word.

 

Grammar

Parts of speech: – conjunctions.

Identification of conjunctions from given passages on:- population/ family life.

Identify features of conjunction

Give functions of conjunction.

 

 

Literature

Popular myths/ legends:-African and non African

Identify features of popular myths / legends:- magic, super natural, superstitious etc.

6

Reading

 

Selected passage on contemporary issues e.g. Hiv/Aids, mobile communication

Identify purpose in selected passage e.g. dissuade , stimulate through or indoctrinate

 

Writing

composition

Type of composition: argumentative

List elements of composition

Arrange ideas generated in logical sequence

 

Listening and speaking (Vowel Sounds)

Give phonetic symbol and words containing /Λ/ and /ə/ e.g. /Λ/ bus money coming

/ə/away tattoo neither

Identify contrast

 

Grammar/ Structure (Preposition)

Identify prepositions from selected passage

Identify function features of preposition

Make sentences with preposition

 

Literature (Prose)

Short story: discuss features plot, characterization, style, theme, language.

7

Reading (Critical Reading)

Meaning and steps of critical reading: reading to evaluate information presented

Surveying: a quick glance of what book or passage contains by looking at table of contents or section by section sub- heading.

 

Writing: Composition

Type of composition: expository

Generate ideas for expository essay

Produce  a draft

 

Listening and speaking (Consonants)

Introducing consonants/f/ and /v/

Words containing sounds e.g. /f/ photograph, funny

Production of sounds in context and isolation

 

Grammar / structure (Tenses)

Simple present and past tense

Identify in given passage

Indicate when used e.g. simple present – for action currently going on: he works in the city etc

Simple past e.g. regular or repeated action in the past:- the children attended the local primary school.

 

 

Literature (Poetry)

Selected poems –

i) discuss meaning and contents of poems

ii) Identify language.

8

Reading: critical reading step ii, skimming

Identify main points and major sub- theme of selected passages.

Identify opinions in selected passage.

 

Writing: letter writing: informal letter.

Format of informal letters

Situations used

 

Listening and speaking : consonants /dz/ and /ts/

Words containing sounds e.g.

/dz/: judge, rage, range

/ts/: recharge, check, chain

Produce sound in context and in isolation

 

Grammar/

structure: future tense

– Identify future tense in selected passage

– Indicate when used: e.g. to produce or say what is likely to happen in future. Work will begin next week.

 

Literature: drama

Read selected drama text and identify themes, setting, plot, characterization

9

Reading: critical reading steps

Meaning of :

iii) line by line reading

iv) recall and

v) Review.

– line by line reading : slow and more concentrated reading of passage in sections and paragraphs

– recall: going over what has been read and retained

– review: going over prevision steps

 

 

Writing: formal letter

Format of formal letters

Situations used

 

Listening and speaking : consonant/ѳ/ and /϶/

Words containing sounds e.g.

/ѳ/ thief, through, thin

/϶/ the , there, therefore

Produce sounds in context and in isolation

 

Grammar/ structure: adverbs

Identify adverb in selected passages

List functions and features of adverbs.

Make sentences with adverbs.

 

Literature: prose

Read selected passage or text

Discuss features: plot, characterization, theme, language.

 

10

Reading: identify meaning of words in context.

Read selected passage

Use context to explain meaning of words

Give alternative words to target words

 

Writing: guided composition

Select topic for writing

Generate ideas for introduction, body

Write a draft

 

Listening and speaking: consonant /n/and/ŋ/

Words containing sounds e.g.

/n/ twenty, nonsense, ninth.

/ŋ/ song, bank, spanked.

Produced sound in context and in isolation

 

Grammar / structure: verb: irregular verb

Categories of irregular verbs

Have the same form:

 

In finitive

Past tense

Past

participle

cost

cost

Cost

Cut

Cut

cut

 

have two past tense past participle:

infinitive  past tense       past participle burn            burned/burnt   burned/burnt

Spoil spoiled/spoilt    spoiled/ spoilt etc.

 

 

Literature : drama

Read selected drama text and identify themes , setting, plot, characterization

11

Reading : reading to understand purpose

– Identify purpose of writer from use of certain expressions/key words.

– Select passage on contemporary issue: eg inflation, corruption.

 

Writing: Letter writing: A letter to your father describing your school.

– Identify type of letter

– List features of type of letter

– Write letter a model format

 

Listening and speaking : consonants

/k/ and /g/

Identify words containing sound e.g.

/k/ chemistry, kerosene, cattle

/g/ girl, goat, gun.

Produce sound in isolation and in context.

 

Grammar/ structure: verb: transitive and intransitive

Transitive verbs: can take direct object:- the men love their children

Intransitive verbs: take no object- the situation improved.

Make sentences using transitive and intransitive verbs

 

 

Literature : Prose

Discussion of themes, plot and setting of literature text.

12

Reading : reading  to identify facts and opinions

Read passage and identify facts and opinions

Select passage on: the merits of exclusive breast feeding for infants”. Or any relevant passage

 

Writing : writing outlines

From a selected passage highlight:

Main and supporting ideas

Arrangement of ideas in logical sequence

Introduction and conclusion.

 

Listening and speaking: consonants

Introducing consonant clusters

Identify clusters from selected passage.

E.g. I) two consonants= maps, hand

Ii) three consonants = ants, camps masks

Iii) four consonants = prompts, exempts

 

 

Grammar/ structure: classifying adjectives

Identify classes of adjectives  e.g.

Colour adjectives-

She has light brown hair

It was a bright green hat.

Compound adjectives:

A grey- haired man

A part time job etc.

 

 

Literature: poetry

Selected  poems or text

Identify meaning, themes and language used.

13

Revision

Revision

14

Examination

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English Language Scheme of Work for JSS2 Second Term

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

 

1

Resumption test

Resumption test

2

Reading: to indentify meaning of words in context.

 Read selected passage: identity meaning of words through provided by surrounding words

-provide alternative words that fit into the context.

 

Writing: an application for employment

– write model application for employment

– review features of a formal letter.

 

Listening and speaking: diphthongs.

– Introducing diphthongs: /ei/ e.g. day

– A diphthong has two sounds which are joined together as they are pronounced.

– The first of the two sounds, gains more loudness than the second.

 

 

Grammar/Structure conjunctions

– Correlative Conjunctions: usually have two parts .

(i) Both …. And = both the boy and girl

(ii) Either ….. or = either the boy are here or the girl is here now.

(iii) Neither …. Nor = neither the boy nor the girl is here.

 

 

Literature: myths and legends.

– Retell popular myths and legends in various Nigerian communities

– Find out popular myth/ legend in the FCT

3

Reading: reading for speed.

– Condition for reading for speed:

– Good eye sight

– Avoiding word vocalization during reading

– Increasing eye span while reading,

Reading pharses instead of words.

 

Writing: Element of composition.

– Elements of composition: the introduction.

– Introductions are made with specific considerations for purpose and audience to which the writing is addressed.

– Teacer guideS students to write introductions for various types of writing.

 

 

Listening and speaking.

Diphthongs /ai/ as in = mice, t ie, eye

 

Grammar /Structure prepositions    

– preposition with time and date e.g

– on Christmas day

– In august 1981

– On the morning of 20th June.

 

Literature – Prose     

– Introduction of literature text (prose) and answer biography.

4

Reading: Reading for speed 

– Techniques of speed reading;

– Surveying, scanning, skimming

– Techniques employed to obtain the main substance in a text or a particular piece of information.

 

Writing – composition   

– Element of composition: the body.

Building up the main body of a composition

– Develop main points sub- theme/ points

– Arrange ideas in logical sequence.

 

 

Listening/ speaking: stress pattern

– Stress pattern- two syllable word with stress on the first syllable e.g lawyer, tailor, speaker, teacher e.t.c

– Two syallable word with stress on the second syllable e.g today, CONNECT, Fifiteen e.t.c

 

 

Grammar / structure: verbs active and

Passive.

– A verb is active when the subject performs the action described e.g

– The boy threw the ball

– I lost the ring.

– A verb in passive when the subject in the recipient of the action of the verb e.g:

– The ball was thrown by the boy.

– He was fatally wounded.

 

 

Literature: Drama.

– Read selected drama text

– Identify type- comedy or tragedy

– Discuss features: theme, costumes, e.t.c

5

Reading.  

– Reading to identify writers intention

– Identify the different expressions used by another to point to the readers their intentions.

– Select passage on contemporary issues e.g

Environmental issues.

 

Writing: composition

– Elements of composition: the conclusion: contains final points, observation and a stand on issues discussed

– Conclusion is not a repetition of points earlier made.

 

 

Listening and speaking:

Stress pattern- three syllable word e.g

Pho/to/graph, mi/ni/mum,. Bro/ther/hood, un/der/stand, bri/ga/dier.

 

Grammar /structure: adverbials.

Adverbial phrases: when the grammatical function of s single word adverb can be performed by a phrase it in an adverbial phrase e.g

– I saw both of them very recently.

– They live very close

– The students are working really hard.

 

 

Literature: Poetry.

– Read selected poems.

– Discuss meaning, theme and language.

6

Reading : Comprehension

– Read at the right speed

– Give correct answers to

Comprehension question that demonstrate improvement in reading speed.

 

Writing : writing an outline.

– select a topic

– generate ideas for introduction, body and conclusion.

 

Listening and speaking.

– Stress patterns: number stressing

(i) Number in teen have stress on the syllable e.g four, TEEN, SIX TEE. NINE’ TEEN.

(ii) Numbers in tens have stress on the first syllable e.g. Sixty, fourth, seventy.

 

 

Grammar / structure : adjective-comparative forms.

– Comparative forms of adjective used to indicate that something has more of a quality than something else.

– Identify comparative adjective in selected passages / sentences e.g

She is prettier than her sister.

 

 

Literature: Prose

– Reading a literature text.

– Discuss story line and characterization.

7

Reading: Critical evaluation.

– Read selected passage

-Identify facts presented by author

– identify author’s techniques

– evaluate author’s point of view.

 

 

Writing: formal letter.

– Convention of body of formal letters.

(i) Formal salutation: eg dear Sir/Madam: dear Mr. present.

(ii) Signature of the writer: below the signature writer puts his/her name

(iii) Language form used .eg

– Carefully structed sentences

– Right vocabulary for the particular issue in question.

 

 

Listening and Speaking: diphthong.

– Pronounce sound in context and in isolation

(i) /ᴐi/ boy, toy, boil,coin.

 

Grammar /Structure: active and passive voice.

– More practice on active and passive voice.

– Turn sentences where the active voice occurs to passive e.g

– The robbers broke the door.

– The door was broken by the robbers.

 

Literature : Drama

– Reading a drama text.

– Discuss plot and characterization

8

Reading: Comprehensive.

– Reading and answering questions from recommended text.

 

Writing: composition.

– Write a composition on the topic

Poverty and hunger’ or ‘a day I would never forget’.

– Keep to the three parts of the composition – introduction, body and conclusion.

 

 

Listening and Speaking: rhymes.

– Rhymes: two words that end with the same sound e.g hat and cat.

– Identify words that rhyme with a given word.

 

Grammar /Structure. Future tense.

– The use of ‘will’ and ‘shall’ to express future action

(i) ‘I’ and ‘we’ only can be used with shall e.g I/we shall go to Lagos tomorrow

(ii) They, you, he she,. It,- cannot go with shall only will’ e.g  he./she will go to Lagos tomorrow.

 

 

Literature: Poetry.

– Select a poem in which some lines rhyme.

– Ask questions to draw out meaning

– Identify words/lines that rhyme.

 

9

Reading: Reading to increase vocabulary

– Select passage from a particular field, e.g banking e.t.c

– Identify words peculiar to banking sector

– Use such words in sentences.

 

Writing: Informal Letter.

– Write a letter to your uncle who has just received a national award.

– Review feature of an informal letter

 

Listening and Speaking.

Stress patterns: words that are not stressed.

(i) Pronouns and possessives e.g he,she, it , my, his,

(ii) Auxiliary verbs e.g can, may, was, are, has.

(iii) Artictes e.g a , an, the .

 

 

Grammar /Structure.

– Adverb, conjunctions and preposition in selected passages

– Identify in selected passages.

 

Literature prose

– Read recommended literature text

– discuss story line and characterization.

10

Reading: Reading for speed.

 

– Select passage in relevant issues of interest.

– Practice rapid reading

– Ask question to measure comprehension.

 

Writing: a narrative essay.

– Write a narrative essay on any chosen topic

– Ensure ideas follow a logical sequence.

 

Listening and speaking.

Introducing intonation patterns

(i) Falling intonation: when a tone falls e.g she is beautiful

(ii) Rising intonation: when a tone rises from low and gets to highest level e.g can I see you please?

 

 

Grammar / structure.

– Nnouns number possessive form and gender

– Nouns forming a regular plural e.g kiss- kisses

Bush – bushes e.t.c

– Possession e.g Joe’s shoes, the peoples wishes

– Gender:

– Masculine e.g. king, boy, father, bull, lord

– feminine e.g. queen, girl, cow, lady

– Common –may be either male or female e.g.

– Reuter- nouns that are neither male nor female e.g. table, house, money airport.

 

11

Revision

Revision

12

Examination

Examination

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English Language Scheme of Work for JSS2 Third Term

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

1

Resumption test

Resumption test

2

READING

– Identifying topic sentences

– Identifying key ideas

– Identifying words/expressions that redirect attention to main points in paragraphs and passages that reflect on issues of national concern e.g. population explosion, youth unemployment.

 

WRITING

Summary writing on selected passage/materials. On contemporary issues such as

– the roles of consumer in the market e.g.

i). buying goods and services

ii). Providing teed back in goods and services.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Adverbial clauses:-

1). Adverbial clause of purpose e.g. He went to bed early so that he will not be late to school.

2). Identification of adverbials in given passages on:-

i) Our culture

ii) Human Right

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Vowel – /a/ and /a:/

/a:/ = fart, cart, harm

/a/ = man, rag, batch.

 

LITERATURE

Types of poetry:-

Epic, lyric, ballads and dirge.

3

READING

Summary reading techniques:-

1). Identifying topic sentences key and words and expression that signal attention to the main points from paragraphs and passages that reflect issues of national concern e.g. hunger/poverty or any relevant topic.

 

WRITING

Summary writing on selected passages on contemporary issues such as:-

i) Factors that influence buying decisions.

ii) Consumer decision making process

– impulse buying

-rational buying

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Adverbial clause:-

Forms of expressing conditions e.g. if, unless, provided, as long as etc.

– introduces a possible situation and its consequences e.g.

i). if you do well in your exams, you will easily get into University.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Intonation

i. rising tone

– rises from low pitch slowly until it gets to the highest level.

Uses:

– For making request

– for asking yes or no questions.

– for making controversial statements.

 

LITERATURE

Language of poetry:- concise, unique, high.

4

READING

Reading to identify facts and opinions e.g. “The merits of exclusive breastfeeding for infants” or any other topic of interest.

 

WRITING

Speeches or materials (live or recorded) based on any of the following:

1). The family

a. nuclear

b. extended

2). Discipline in schools

3). Our environment

4). Examination malpractice etc.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Tenses:-

– Present Perfect – an action that has been completed e.g. They have heard the news of his death.

– Past perfect tense – action had been concluded e.g. They had heard the news of his death.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Intonation: falling tone

1. This represents the pitch that falls.

Its functions:-

– For making commands (imperative statement) e.g. walk out of here!

– For making questions starting with interrogative adverbs; WH questions e.g. How many are they? Who saw them? Why are you here?

 

LITERATURE

Poetry:-

i. Narrative

ii. Ballads

– Identify each of these poems

– Identify language used in each of them.

– Identify the theme of the poem.

5

READING

1. Identify key points/ideas in different passages/paragraphs presented.

2. Write summary of passage/paragraph given.

 

WRITING

1. Speeches and materials (recorded or live) based on selected topics e.g examination malpractice.

2. Identify possible interpretations based on material presented

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Tenses:-Past Continuous Tenses:- refers to a continuing action that happened in the pasty.

i. Sentences/paragraphs with the Past Continuous Tense.

ii. Identify the given tense from passage e.g.

was sewing the dress until midnight.

We were doing it.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Intonation:- Rising Tone and Falling Tones

-Present sentences/ passages with rising and falling tones.

-identify the tones in the given sentences/passages.

 

LITERATURE

1. Drama Text:-

– Kings of Drama:- Comedy and Tragedy.

– Features of Drama:- Theme, stage costumes e.t.c.

6

READING

Reading to answer questions:-

1.Reading and answering other types of questions that require

-Conclusion to be drawn

-To make projections

-To elicit students opinion.

 

WRITING

Writing a composition:-

1.Write a composition on the topic

-My favorite subject/teacher or any other topic of your choice.

-Bear in mind the three elements of composition writing.

-Using appropriate words and expression.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Tenses:- Present continuous tense:-

-Usually carry “ing”

-Used when action is happening.

1. Selected appropriate texts/passages with the required tenses.

2. Identify the tense (Present Continuous) in the given text or passages.

3.Make sentences using the present continuous tense. 

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Question Tags:- a very short clause at the end of a statement which changes a statement into a question e.g.

T. Today is Monday, isn’t it?

S. Yes, it is.

 

LITERATURE

Drama text:- From recommended text book.

1. Message of the text.

2. Essential props/costumes

7

READING

Reading for meanings of words in various context through

-Clues provided by surrounding words

-Alternative words that can fit into the context using presented passage/material

 

WRITING

Written composition:- “My Future career” Or any topic chosen include:-

– Introduction

– Main body

– Conclusion

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Conditional statements:- Contrasting conditional statement using

a)    even though

b)    at least E.g. I may go to school, even though I might be late.

From a given passage/paragraphs identify conditional statement.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Question tags:- e.g. :-

Joy : Grace is dutiful, isn’t she?

Fati: Yes, she is.

Isah: Ibrahim is a Christian isn’t he?

John: No, he isn’t

Use appropriate stress and intonation in questions and their tags

 

LITERATURE

Prose:- Reading of literature text.

1. Identify type of prose.

2. Discuss features of the prose e.g. plot, characterization, style, setting, language, and theme.

8

READING

Reading to acquire new words.

– Present a passage/text that has specific register of words on:-

1.Agriculture

2.Medicine

 

WRITING

Organizing main ideas correctly into paragraphs:- From a given text or passage or relevant material.

1. Identify the different ideas presented.

2. Organise each of the ideas identified into paragraphs

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Qualifiers:- Adjectives:-

1. Identification of adjectives in a given passage.

2. Functions of adjectives.

3. Making sentences with Adjectives.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Vowel sounds (Diphthongs) /au/ – know, go, sow.

Sentences, Paragraphs, passages, poems and plays should form the content for highlighting the sounds indicated.

 

LITERATURE

Drama Text:- Short play

– Identify the essential language features of the play.

– Identify the major character(s).

– Act out the play

9

READING

-Read selected passage to identify facts and opinion.

-Identify authors techniques

 

WRITING

Write on any of the following topics:-

-Why I chose to become a doctor.

-Why I chose to become a teacher.

-Make out an outline for introduction, body, and conclusion.

-Write out essay.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Turning sentences into questions e.g.

-The boys went away = Did the boys go away?

-They have done the work = Have they done the work?

Note the tense of the verbs in the question.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Oral comprehension: listen to speech or recorded material on a selected topic.

 

LITERATURE

-Definition of irony: using words to suggest the opposite of their literal meaning in a humorous way. e.g. when a fat woman is described as a very thin woman, that is an irony.

-Identify irony in literature text.

-Construction of correct sentences with irony.

10

READING

Reading to acquire new words:- Selected passage on any chosen topic that has register or words e.g. Engineering, Lawyers e.t.c.

1. Read and identify register of the given passage.

2. Explain meaning of the words.

3. Make sentences with the words.

 

WRITING

Write an essay on the topic “my school”

-Identify the topic of the essay

-Write outline of the essay.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Modifiers (Adverbs) e.g. easily, simply.

Passage/paragraphs, text and other reading materials.

-Identify adverbs

-Functions of Adverbs

-Make sentences with adverbs.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Vowels sounds (Diphthongs): two sounds that have been joined together when pronounced. /ia/ = as in rear, idea, here, tear

 

LITERATURE

Figure of speech: Hyperbole:- deliberate and obvious exaggeration e.g. I can drink 10 gallons of water a day.

-Identification of hyperbole in literature text.

-construction of correct sentences with hyperbole.

11

READING

-Reading to obtain main substance in selected text.

-Time reading and measure reader’s ability to comprehend while reading at first pace.

 

WRITING

-List Requirement for writing a formal letter and an informal letter. e.g.

-Formal letter requires two addresses e.t.c

-Write outline for introduction, body and conclusion of a letter to a friend.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

i. Direct statements e.g. commands and request:

-I am no longer a child he said.

-“Can I have an orange please” Toyin requested.

ii. Indirect statement e.g.

-He said that he was no longer a child.

Toyin asked if she could have an orange.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

-Contrast the following sounds: /f/ and /p/; /r/ and /l/; /ch/ and /s/.

-Produce sounds in words and in context.

-Use sounds in sentences and identify correct sound used.

 

LITERATURE

-Characterization and summary of the literature texts

12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

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English Language Scheme of Work for JSS 1 First Term

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

1

Resumption test

Revision test

2

READING

Reading from passages for maximum recall on:

-diet and nutrition, including addition of nutrients, like vitamins A in sugar and iodine salt.

 

WRITING

Story or passage highlighting main and supporting ideas.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Nouns

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

-vowel sounds

-listening to speech based on the following;

The family

The school

Places of worship consumer, market etc.

 

 

LITERATURE

literature pieces

types of oral literature

categories of written literature etc.

3

READING

Reading from passages for maximum recall on:

Safety of packaged water.

 

WRITING

Story or passage highlighting supporting ideas.

Arrangement of ideas in logical sequence with introduction, and conclusion.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

 

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Consonant sounds.

Listening to speeches  based on the following:

Transportation

Health issues and epidemics

HIV/AIDs, malaria, Polio, tetanus safety on  the roads etc

 

LITERATURE

African and non- African tales.

Features and themes.

4

READING

Identify main and  supporting ideas in a given passage relating to automobiles.

 

WRITING

The history of FRSC.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

 

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Sentence paragraphs, passages plays and poem should form the content for highlighting the sounds involved.

Long and short vowels e.g. sleep/slip, port/pot, leave/live,  these/this, sport/spot, cord/cod, forks/fore.

 

LITERATURE

Didactic lessons

5

READING

Differentiating between main and supporting ideas in a given passage.

 

WRITING

 

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Parts of speech Adjectives

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

i). Sentences, paragraphs passages, plays, poems should form the content for highlighting the sound involved.

ii). Consonants e.g. Black/Pack, Pull/Fool, Coat/Toad, road/Load, Things/Tins, Thought/Taught, Ten/Den, Fire/Bore, Voice/Boys, chaos as in /k/in chemist

 

LITERATURE

Folktales

i). entertainment

ii). Magical features

6

READING

positioning main ideas in a given passage e.g. beginning, middle and end.

 

WRITING

 

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Parts of speech

Adverb

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Consonants clusters e.g. desk, asks, sickle, plants, planks, subjects, respect, sprinkle, attacked, string, throw, please, principle, trick, thrive, truth, amplify, apple, tactile, splash, spread, struggle, streams, strong, spread, struggle streams, scream, screen, shutter, scatter

 

LITERATURE

African and non African tales comprising myths and legends.

7

READING

Reading and answering specific questions that addresses different kinds of questions on issues highlighting knowledge level.

 

WRITING

 

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Adverbs

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Listening speeches based on : the following

– the school

– places of worship.

 

LITERATURE

Features/themes of myths and legend

       Magic

8

READING

Reading and answering specific questions that addresses different kinds of questions on issues highlighting:-

– translation level

 

WRITING

 

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Adverb

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Vowels sounds e.g. /n/ bus, /ᴐ/ pot, holiday, boss, /a:/ father, cart, chart

 

LITERATURE

Features/themes of myths and legends

– supernatural

– superstition

9

READING

Reading and answering specific questions that addresses different kinds of questions on issues highlighting:-

– interpretation level

– projection level

 

WRITING

Composition writing. Aims of the FRSC i.e. evolving safer road culture in Nigeria

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Adverbs

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Listening and speeches based on the following:

– Safety on the roads

– corruption

 

LITERATURE

Types of prose.

– narrative

10

READING

– other types of questions e.g.

– explanation questions

– discussion questions

 

WRITING

Different topics on essays, stories and passages for the

i). development of outlines

ii). Rearrangement of the outline of the purpose of writing.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

 

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Sentences, paragraphs, plags and poems to form content for highlighting the long and short vowel sound e.g.

i). short/shot, port/pot, cod/cord, sport/spot, forks/fox

ii). Long and short in e.g. hard/had, park/pack, bark/back, part/pat

 

LITERATURE

Types of prose

– descriptive

– features

– plot

11

READING

Other types of questions e.g. questions that require them to make projections.

 

WRITING

Sequential arrangement of ideas/points from essay, stories and passages.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Parts of speech noun verbs and adjectives.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

 

 

LITERATURE

Prose feature

– characterization

– style

12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

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English Language Scheme of Work for JSS 1 Second Term

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

1

Resumption test

Resumption test

2

READING

Other types of question e.g. questions that require conclusion to be drawn.

Question that require them to make projections.

 

WRITING

Letter writing:

Types

Formal

Informal

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Conjunction

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Consonant cluster e.g.

Respect, sprinkle, attacked, string, throw, please, principle

 

LITERATURE

Features

Style

Setting

Theme

3

READING

Passages on contemporary issues highlighting;

Knowledge level.

Interpretation level. Students answer question that will elicit their opinion.

 

WRITING

Elements of composition:

Introduction body and conclusion.

Stages of writing and editing.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Selected passages for highlighting prepositions.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Consonant cluster s e.g.

Splash, spread, struggle, streams, strong, scream, screen, shutter, scatter.

 

LITERATURE

Differences between the two types-prose and poetry.

4

READING

Selected passages for developing retention of what the passages are taking about or the salient points.

 

WRITING

Importance of writing composition, communicate, inform, record keeping, entertaining.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Selected passages for highlighting adverbs, conjunctions and preposition discussion.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Diphthongs /ei/ as in Mary (meiri) gate (geit), day (dei) grey, they, pain, rain

 

LITERATURE

Types of poetry

– epic

– lyric

– dramatics

5

READING

Reading to understand the author’s mood. E.g. anger, happiness, doubt.

 

WRITING

Arrangement of ideas in logical sequence.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Selects passage for highlighting preposition, a verb and a conjunction.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Diphthongs e.g. /ou/ as in so, go, no, old, gold, told, sold.

 

LITERATURE

Features and language

Concise

Unique

High

6

READING

Reading to understand the author’s mood e.g. doubts disappointment.

 

WRITING

Writing in full the points in sequential order and editing done to ensure all features of writing compositing including punctuations

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Adjectives.

 

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Diphthongs e.g.

/di/ as in oil, boil, foil,

/ua/ tour, sure

 

LITERATURE

Write a short poem.

7

READING

Reading to understand the authors mood e.g. suspicions, excitements etc.  

 

WRITING

 

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Identify features of adverbials from passage in: peace and  dialogue.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Weak forms e.g. after, often, listen, sister, above, away, later, alone, abound, about.

 

LITERATURE

Reading poems.

8

READING

Reading strategies preview question and review for retaining and recalling what has been read.

 

WRITING

Formats for writing informal letters.

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Identify features of adverbials from a passage on human rights

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Listening for main ideas from a selected passage on :- the family

 

LITERATURE

Styles and author’s mood.

9

READING

Identify vocabularies from a passage on market.

 

WRITING

 

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Identify features of adverbials from a passage on:

Value orientation.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Listening for main ideas from a selected passages on drug abuse

 

LITERATURE

Introduction to drama (origin and development)

10

READING

Reading between lines to highlight hidden attribution

 

WRITING

 

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Identify features of tenses from passage on: peace and dialogue.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Listening for main ideas from selected passage on: child labour and trafficking.

 

LITERATURE

Theme and plot of plays (selected text).

11

READING

Reading and answering specific question that require conclusion to be drawn.

 

WRITING

Transport and travelling (road transport).

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Tenses (present).

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Listening for main ideas from selected passages on: global warning.

 Misuse of pesticides.

 

LITERATURE

Prose

Features of drama.

12

Revision

Revision

13

Examination

Examination

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English Language Scheme of Work for JSS 1 Third Term

WEEK

TOPIC

CONTENT

1

Resumption test

Resumption test

2

READING

Reading to interpret diagrams accurately.

 

WRITING

Story or passage highlighting main and supporting ideas

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Tenses (future)

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Word boundaries e.g. linking sounds:-

Go-away, order of merit, butter and bread

 

LITERATURE

Types of drama

– comedy

– tragedy

3

READING

Reading to interpret maps and sentences accurately.

 

WRITING

Write appropriate introduction and effective conclusion

 

GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY

Identify features of adverbial from passages on peace and dialogue.

 

LISTENING/SPEAKING

Compound words e.g. shade board, ice-cream, swimming pool, lifelong, age old, teapot, classroom, night point, return ticket.

 

LITERATURE

Features

– Theme

– Stage

– Costume

4

READING

Making meaning from spatial description/presentation e.g. interpret accurately maps, diagrammatical sketches.

 

WRITING

Writing formal letters on different topics e.g. letters to Press, the Principal.